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Phyllis Jean McGilbray gained her ADN from Oklahoma City Community College in 1985. She was recognized for her excellence in nursing academics, receiving an award in “Outstanding Person in Biological sciences”, and “Outstanding Nursing Scholar”.  She also attended SNU for her Bachelor’s degree in Management and Staff Development. Upper graduate work was completed from Northeastern University in psychological education. She then became specialized in adult and child psychiatry through a certification program for nurse specialist. She has since completed a number of advanced training courses in both Nursing and Education. Alongside her work as an Independant Contractor Provider for the State of Oklahoma, Phyllis serves as an adjunct instructor for Moore Norman Technology Center. There she teaches Medication Administration for the state certification required for the Department of Human services for Developmental Disabilities Services. She also teaches Basic Life Support for Healthcare providers through the American Heart Association. She also teaches for East Central University in Ada, Oklahoma. There she teaches Developmental Disabilities Medication Administration, Advanced Health care training for required training for the Department of Human Services, Developmental Disabilities Division.

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